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Full-Time Woman, Part-Time Career: Launching a Flexible Business That Fits Your Life, Feeds Your Family and Fuels Your Brain Paperback – Aug 2005

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 166 pages
  • Publisher: CMS Press (August 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0976058901
  • ISBN-13: 978-0976058908
  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.4 x 1.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 295 g
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HASH(0xa1df333c) out of 5 stars Very insightful & thought provoking book! Sept. 25 2005
By Danielle S. Cotey - Published on
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"As a new mom, I am in a situation where I am evaluating part-time work as an option. Full-Time Woman, Part-Time Career opened my eyes to some alternatives to a full-time job and gave me several ideas how to pursue this lifestyle. I especially enjoyed Chapter 3, the case study of Cynthia Long, a professional Project Manager. Reading about her made me think this would be a good fit for me, given my existing skills."

- Danielle Cotey, Cisco Systems
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HASH(0xa1df3390) out of 5 stars Every Woman thinking about working for themselves needs to read this book! Dec 28 2005
By Michelle Dunn - Published on
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I had the pleasure of reading Karen's book Full-time Woman Part-Time Career and would highly recommend that any woman who is thinking about starting a business in any field pick up this book. Karen helps you to understand what you need to know and do to create a flexible business that fits your life and family. Everyone's life and family are different so your plan needs to be different in order for you to be a success. This book specifically covers women with small children, or who want to start a business before they have their children in order to be home for the children they will have. Just like a business plan or marketing plan, this is a book that will help you create a stay at home and work for yourself plan that can almost guarantee your success! This is a book you will refer back to again and again.
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HASH(0xa1df37c8) out of 5 stars Great book, full of practical wisdom, inspiration Jan. 10 2010
By Lisa Giesler - Published on
Format: Paperback
For all women who would like to work from home and for those who are struggling. Karen full of great ideas and wisdom. It is truly an inspiring book to feel like "I can do this and succeed!" Must read for any home based business or the woman who wants the part-time careerFull-Time Woman, Part-Time Career
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HASH(0xa1df3b88) out of 5 stars A "must read" for the newly mothering parent March 9 2006
By Midwest Book Review - Published on
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Full-Time Woman, Part-Time Career- The Professional Woman's Guide to Building a Flexible Business by Karen Terry, is a descriptively definitive book describing the difficulties in business which a woman may well encounter after having children, and the even greater struggle with finding a career position after rejoining the world of work outside the home. Full-Time Woman, Part-Time Career greatly fortifies the understanding that a woman must have while starting up work again after bearing a child, as well as how to coordinate raising children and running a business with the agility to, in essence, balance and support one-another in unison. A "must read" for the newly mothering parent, Full-Time Woman, Part-Time Career offers a perfect angle from which to approach a perfectly desirable spectra of businesses.
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HASH(0xa1df3c6c) out of 5 stars Be encouraged that you can be self-employed. Jan. 9 2007
By Rosalind Haney RN CCN - Published on
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The initial time commitment and frustrations of starting a business had all but dashed my dream of a flexible, balanced life. Then I read Full-Time Woman, Part-Time Career. The practical advice and real-life stories in Karen Terry's book gave me the encouragement to regroup and move forward. One year later my business is fulfilling my goal of helping couples start their own family while comfortably balancing the needs of my own. It can be done, and Karen's book can help show you how.